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Continuing after Error -26000: Error: Out of memory !

Am running a test with 50 Vusers. during the initial stages the script is working fine and it gets updated in the database.but after 15 min i am getting "Continuing after Error -26000: Error: Out of memory !" error message in the controller and the transactions are not getting updated in the database.

any suggestions on what to check ?
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Re: Continuing after Error -26000: Error: Out of memory !

which protocol are you using..?

I sugegst you to refer below KB.

Title: Error: "-26000: Not enough memory (635926310 bytes) for a new escaped bufferin LrwUtilSubmitDataBody..."

Document ID: KM195419

The doc talks about::

Reduce the upload chunk size and use a Keep-Alive connection

The Keep-Alive header is to enforce the server to keep the connections alive.

Reduce the upload chunk size to 8192 bytes, which is the same as Intenet Explorer uses.

~~Shivaram
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Re: Continuing after Error -26000: Error: Out of memory !

Change the Virtual Memory settings on your LoadGenerator to system managed size and re-run the test.

Thanks
Prashanth T
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Re: Continuing after Error -26000: Error: Out of memory !

Hi,

Yes..pls follow KB suggestios...its same as suggested by Prashant.

This error is likely caused due to memory related issues.

Increasing your virtual memory should resolve such issues.

~~Shivaram
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